A film of the trilogy was made for TV in 1970 (good ol' Beeb!) and gets a re-screen at the BFI today.
Won't be able to go but has anyone seen it?
― xyzzzz__, Sunday, 3 October 2010 09:12 (eleven years ago) link
I picked this up yesterday:
These are bits of fiction that the editors believe slot into Sartre's existentialism - even if many of the stories predates this.
So there are passages from Karamzov, Tolstoy, Musil (The Moosbrugger sketch from MwQ), Proust. What caught my eye was a story by Pavese (called Suicides which I know I'll never come across).
More on the intro later, have yet to finish it.
― xyzzzz__, Friday, 4 July 2014 10:59 (eight years ago) link
The Roads to Freedom is an acclaimed, taboo-busting 1970s drama series based on the novels of Jean-Paul Sartre. Set in 1938's Paris, it looks at the lives of Mathieu, his mistress Marcelle and their friends. Watch tonight on #BBCFour from 10:10pm and after on @BBCiPlayer. #BBC100 pic.twitter.com/Zke8NCT2sV— BBC Archive (@BBCArchive) July 27, 2022
― xyzzzz__, Thursday, 28 July 2022 10:10 (one month ago) link
Can see the inner monologues getting annoying.
In that clip I can see the guy is ashamed to buy sex. Don't know if I need to hear it.
― xyzzzz__, Thursday, 28 July 2022 10:18 (one month ago) link